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Originally Posted by IOSEFINI View Post
Yeah. Who cares about Balla's graphs if I'm still able to shoot all my enemies
QFT.
ROFL,bella had to RMA his board twice. So much for the mobo being free when you have to pay shipping charges.
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Originally Posted by LastBucsfan View Post
Sigh... are we still comparing 4 year old architecture to architecture that's a few months old?

When I bought my AMD CPU/mobo it was cheaper than the comparable Intel rig.
He still doesn't seem to get it.
ALOT cheaper.
Edited by Heavy MG - 5/2/11 at 9:43pm
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I've got all of you, and I'l do higher.



Lets see a 2500K do higher than that.
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STOP



To answer some questions.

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My NB is overclocked and I get perfectly fine performance in multi threaded games seeing 100% GPU usage.

This thread was to answer a question on whether or not I was getting bottlenecked playing a specific game.

When I run MWLL on top on the dual threaded Crysis Wars engine, I can go from 150FPS down to 10/15FPS when the fur starts flying. When this happened I noticed my GPU usage was next to nothing so I investigated further.

At all times playing MWLL my GPU usage is sub 50% even with AA maxed on this game. As V-Sync is turned off and all other games run perfectly fine I believe this to be that the two cores used for Crysis, can't handle all of the post processing and particle information demanded by my GPU's.

Yes I could lower settings and have better performance, but then what would be the point to having my 5870's crossfired.

I paid for a certain performance and because this rig was built for THIS SPECIFIC GAME APPLICATION ABOVE ALL ELSE, I am understandably annoyed.

YES, the 1055t runs all my other games flawlessly gaining over 150FPS in Dirt2 with everything maxed.
YES, my 1055t is achiving over 7.0 in Cinebench and higher.
YES, my 1055t does most of what I ask it do to.

Is it strong or fast enough to do the main thing I want it to do....NO.

This is not an AMD versus Intel thread, nor a troll thread or anything else. I believe the Thuban to be an excellent chip for the majority and even some high end gamers. I am not this.

I want to play a highly specialised game with huge textures and CPU demands. This CPU just does not make the grade for me. If I was using one 5870 it would be fine.

But I want the higher performance and higher min FPS I should be getting.
    
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This seems like it is never going to end.

X6 chips - Better than the 2500K for rendering/multi-threading, the 2500K, if overclocked enough it will beat the X6 in rendering/multi-threading, but for clock to clock performance the X6 chips take the win here.
2500K - Better than X6 chips in gaming at clock to clock performance.
2600K - Better than both chips at everything at clock to clock performance.

If you wanna game just get a 2500K and call it a day.

This has all been proved many times during this thread.
/end arguments and thread.
Edited by iinversion - 5/3/11 at 2:56am
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I've got all of you, and I'l do higher.



Lets see a 2500K do higher than that.

1) Your 1090T was slower than mine.

2) Your 1090T was slower than my i5-2500k.
    
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Yeah. Who cares about Balla's graphs if I'm still able to shoot all my enemies
QFT...I dont know why you all listen to BallaTheFeeble...he obviously needs a facenappy....
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1) Your 1090T was slower than mine.

2) Your 1090T was slower than my i5-2500k.
1) The highest I see your CPU doing is 7.97 at 5GHz, my 1090T's doing 8.01 at only 4.6GHz.

2) See above.

The 2500K is faster than the 1090T, agreed. But in the bench the 1090T was only running at 4.6GHz were as your 2500K is at 5GHz and is scoring lower in this benchmark.

I'm also running slow DDR2 memory which makes a difference in most benchmarks.
Edited by Willhemmens - 5/3/11 at 7:00am
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1) The highest I see your CPU doing is 7.97 at 5GHz, my 1090T's doing 8.01 at only 4.6GHz.

2) See above.

The 2500K is faster than the 1090T, agreed. But in the bench the 1090T was only running at 4.6GHz were as your 2500K is at 5GHz and is scoring lower in this benchmark.
That is still 6 vs 4. Unless you are on a personal mission to discredit him, 6 cores should beat 4 cores.
 
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That is still 6 vs 4. Unless you are on a personal mission to discredit him, 6 cores should beat 4 cores.
The 6 core costs less and is older than the quad. I'm just replying to him.
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I did not see the only 4.65GHz run.

You're only getting that because you have a phase change unit. Its not even a practical overclock for most people, even those with water loops.

SB can do 5GHz on air.

There is no comparison.


But since you beat me by .04 points I will up my overclock and run it again. However before I do since its really easy to just edit the file for Cinebench I would like you to actually prove your 4.65GHz overclock and the run itself with a screen shot.

You understand right? Its not that I don't believe 1090T under phase change can reach 4.65GHz stable, I would just like to see some actual proof.
    
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